DYMK-FM

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DYMK-FM (Barangay 93.5 Iloilo)
City of license Iloilo City
Broadcast area Panay Island
Branding Barangay 93.5 Iloilo
Slogan Tugstugan Na!
Frequency 93.5 MHz
First air date 1980 (as DYXI)
1985 (as 93.5 K-Lite)
2000 (as Campus Radio Iloilo)
2009 (as 93.5 Ayos!)
2014(as Barangay 93.5 Iloilo)
Format Hot AC, OPM
Power 30,000 watts
ERP 60,000 watts
Class ABCD
Callsign meaning DYMK
Owner Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Company
(GMA Network, Inc.)
Sister stations Super Radyo DYSI Iloilo
Webcast Campus Radio Iloilo
Website www.gmanetwork.com

DYMK-FM is an FM station owned Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Company and operated by GMA Network, Inc. in the Philippines. DYMK-FM studio is located at GMA Compound, McArthur Drive, Jaro, Iloilo City. while the transmitter is located at GMA Transmitter Complex in Jordan, Guimaras.


DYMK History[edit]

  • First aired as a relay station of DYXI-FM owned by Allied Broadcasting Corporation in 1980.
  • In 1985, it was bought by Asian-Pacific Broadcasting Company and change the callsign of the station to DYMK and was renamed K-Lite 93.5 (Easy Listening Format).
  • By 2000, the station became Campus Radio 93.5 (Pop Music format).
  • By 2005, DYMK became the strongest FM station in Iloilo and Western Visayas[citation needed] with a transmitter at Guimaras and power of 30,000 watts (ERP: 60,000 watts), with a brand new program line-up. The new FM transmitter has 12 bay antenna[clarification needed] reaching as far as Kalibo (except in Boracay due to new radio station called 93.5 Easy Rock Boracay) and beyond Visayas.
  • By 2009, Renamed to 93.5 Ayos!.
  • On 2014 it was rebranded to Barangay 93.5 Iloilo, along with other provincial FM stations nationwide.

Dj's[edit]

  • Jim
  • Jingo
  • Prince
  • Andoy
  • Cookie
  • Rico
  • Rey
  • Rizaldy Basco - Chief Broadcast Tech.

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